DIY Sprinkle Dessert Table Ideas


How cute is this edible confetti cake?! Bespoke Bride and Laura Power Photography shared with us the most bright and cheery dessert table ideas we have seen in a while. And, guess what!? It’s totally do-able, just keep scrolling for step by step directions!

Not only did they give us directions for decorating this adorable DIY sprinkle dessert table but they also shared how they made the donut pops from scratch! Interested? Awesome, because you can find all you need below!

edible confetti cake

How To Decorate Your Own Confetti Sprinkle Cake

Want an edible confetti cake at your next function? Well, just click here to learn how to do it all on your own!

confetti dessert table ideas

print me labels

Words from the Vendors

From Bespoke Bride:
We designed an edible confetti bar, featuring some of the most indulgent foods in the world including chocolate, strawberries, donuts and marshmallows. It’s super yummy and super colourful and will be sure to get your guests talking! Just follow the steps below to create your own:

Step 1:
First download our ‘free Confetti Label cards’ (seen above).

Step 2:
Design your table. This had to be one of our favourite parts, we loved playing around with the different foods, colours and levels.

Step 3:
Get dipping! First choose the chocolate of your choice then dip into the sprinkles. We decorated a few first to make the table all pretty which were great for those not wanting to get their hands dirty. But leave some untouched so that your guest can get involved and have fun!

homemade donut pops

confetti donut pops

DIY your own Donut Cake Pops

How did they make those amazing and tasty looking donut cake pops?! Well here’s a hint, just click here or above to find a slider with the recipe and all of the easy steps!

Once you have those donut pops made you’ll need something to wash them down with, so why not add a drink station! Bespoke Bride chose milk but milkshakes would be just as fun. Plus, you can add a little coconut liquor for an adult only affair!

confetti rimmed glasses

sprinkle rimmed milk glasses

To get a closer look at these adorable DIY sprinkle dessert table ideas, check out the wedding film Bespoke Bride created below!

Event Designer: Bespoke Bride
Photography: Laura Power Photography

Categories: DIY Edible Projects

Rustic Mountain Wedding

peach and pink bouquet with leafy greens

This not too shabby and oh so chic wedding day is filled to the brim with fabulous ideas for your rustic mountain wedding! And don’t worry, although this day is nature inspired there are still beautiful white decor items and lovable pops of pink in the florals!

Located at White Mountain Country Club in Arizona and beautifully captured by Ryan & Denise Photography, we bet you can’t wait to see all of the details in the full gallery here! Plus you can hear how this adorable couple met, how he proposed, and how much they spent on the bigger ticket items for their big day by scrolling on down.

Lillian Lottie Couture wedding dress

getting wedding ready

From the Bride

We immediately knew that we wanted to get married at my family cabin where we first decided to make things official. The neighborhood country club overlooks a golf course, pond, and is lined with pine trees.

The ceremony was held outside the country club overlooking the 18th hole of the golf course. The guests were able to look out and see the pine trees, lake, and greenery of the golf course. Drew and I were married in front of our closest friends and family (about 100 guests) and even with that many people it still felt small and intimate.

long pink bridesmaid dress

simple bridesmaid bouquet

gray, mint and gray groomsman outfits

rustic wedding ideas

Gift / Card table Idea

Be sure to set up a specific place for guests to put their gifts and cards. Check out how Lauren and Drew set up their card and gift table below. With lace and a burlap runner, they easily dress up a card table. Vintage window shutters were used to display photos of their relationship with clothes pins. Cardboard letters hung from a piece of burlap for all their wedding cards.  Easy and budget friendly idea. Do you love?

card and gift table

mason jar ceremony decor

ring bearers and flower girl

mixing of sand ceremony idea

two become one

you may kiss the bride

shabby chic reception entrance with window seating chart

rustic window seating chart

The reception was held on the covered deck of the country club which shared the same lovely view as the ceremony. The reception was designed to be beautiful but make everyone relaxed and ready to have fun. The guests sat at family style long tables which felt less formal and encouraged everyone to talk and get to know each other.

Wedding Advice

I would have taken dance lessons. Prom style dancing for 3 minutes, with everyone staring, can feel like forever!! Although I loved my dress, we got married on one of the hottest days of the year and dancing in my wedding gown was extremely uncomfortable. Even if I had decided not to wear my back up dress, I wish I would have had the option.

floral and white lantern centerpiece

shabby chic cake table details and chandelier

rose stamped wedding cake

rustic sophistication wedding




Photography: Ryan & Denise Photography
Venue: White Mountain Country Club
Flowers: Simply Beautiful Weddings & Events
Cake: Classic Cakes & Confections
Hair & Makeup: AlLyson Pynn
Dress shop: Lillian Lottie Couture
Prop/furniture rentals: Rust & Lace
Dj: Got You Covered Music

Read on to hear Lauren and Andrew's love story and see how much the big ticket items cost at this rustic mountain wedding. Please note that costs change as the years go by, and prices are subject to change. This is just one couple’s breakdown to give you a rough estimate on how much a wedding like this may cost you.


Categories: Featured Weddings & Events
Colors: green, peach, pink
Styles: classic, rustic, vintage

University of Chicago DIY Wedding

white purple and green bouquet

These two lovebirds grew-up more than five thousand miles apart! Their paths crossed in the Midwest while attending the University of Chicago. It only seemed fitting to hold the wedding on campus at the Smart Museum of Art so their families could ‘meet in the middle.’

Hand painted details popped up at every turn. Bright golds and greens were accented with soft whites and vibrant purples. Get the scoop on all the projects from this University of Chicago DIY wedding when you keep reading and view the full gallery here, captured by Tamara Gruner Photography.

wedding rings

lace wedding dress

champange bridesmaid dresses

plants and lantern ceremony backdrop

Tamara Gruner Photography

DIY Details & Floral Recipes

The majority of our DIY energy went into the reception decor. An early trip to the IKEA marketplace provided some of the inspiration. We added hurricane and Moroccan lanterns, brass candlesticks, votives in gold, silver and green mercury glass, and a variety of purple glass candle holders on the tabletops. Most of the glassware was purchased at Michael’s once it was 50 percent off. On our IKEA trip we also found metal containers with lace-inspired perforated edges which we sprayed antique gold and used as planters and luminaries. We brought the garden to each table using oblong metal planters we filled with salvia, joey, flowering kale, coleus and ivy, purchased and potted the week before our wedding. We added to the tabletop garden with single stems of fern, blue thistle, agapanthus, gomphrena, scabiosa or allium in a variety of purple glass bud vases.

candle escort cards

purple vases from ikea

Easy Escort card DIY

Easy AND cheap DIY: get some self-adhesive vellum labels and a few bulk packages of clear votive holders. Run the labels through your printer to make your escort cards (Paper Source even has free templates you can download). Peel and stick on to the votive.

From the beginning, I knew that I wanted a paper crane chandelier to be the focal point of the reception décor. Following our engagement, my guilty pleasure was to spend a weekend afternoon folding paper cranes while watching wedding shows on Netflix. Folding those things became a pretty good outlet for all of my wedding excitement. Before I knew it, I had a 1,000 plus. Really, the hard part was stringing them and figuring out how to assemble the chandelier that could be hung from the twenty-foot peak of the tent without a ladder. My super-crafty friend Chris (and two of my other closest friends, Lauren and Irem) stepped up and took over the project of stringing the cranes. My aunt helped me design the bamboo pole structure that we could hang the cranes from and found a pulley so that the chandelier could get hoisted up and suspended from an eye-hook in the center of the tent.

purple wedding ideas

hanging purple paper cranes

garden wedding ideas

table number ideas

penguin cake topper

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Photography: Tamara Gruner Photography
Coordinator: Crafty Broads
Stationery: Bright Room Studio
Jewelry: Bario Neal

Venue: Smart Museum of Art
Stationery: Thomas Printers
Cake: Luscious Layers
Caterer: True Cuisine
Hair & Makeup: Antonette White
Dress Designer: Monique Lhuillier
Bridesmaid Dresses: Blue Fly
Shoe Designer: Michael Kors
Groom’s Attire: Bar III at Macy's
Veil or Hair Accessories: Melinda Rose Design & Avigail Adam
Prop/Furniture Rentals: Blue Peak Tents
Dj: Toast and Jam
Jewelry: Eles Designs
Ceremony Venue: Unitarian Church of Hyde Park
Officiant: Judge John Laurie

Categories: Featured Weddings & Events
Colors: gold, green, purple, white
Styles: classic